Saturday, January 7, 2012

Having TMJ problems, try this exercise...


































Activate Masseter Trigger Points
The masseter muscle is responsible for the stabilization of the TMJ. This self-massage technique works on specific acupuncture points, and is very effective for reducing tension in the masseter muscles, increasing range of motion, and helping to eliminate trigger points in the tissues. Besides treating TMJ, this technique is also used in Traditional Chinese Medicine to relieve jaw spasms, reduce toothaches, facial pain, and treat Bell’s Palsy.


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